“We’ll Be Back Home Soon”: The Superb Surreal Retro Collages by Taudalpoi

Taudalpoi is a digital collage artist from Norway. He started out making art as a hobby in 2014 and has been creating a mixture of surreal, space and retro collages ever since.

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